Since Tuesday (September 8), the number of positive infections across Sussex has increased by 208 to 5,985
The largest increase has been seen in Brighton and Hove, with 43 new cases in the last five days. Chichester and Lewes have both seen only seven new cases — the fewest in Sussex.
Across the whole of the UK, the number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus has increased by 3,330. A further five deaths were reported on Sunday, all of them in England.
There have been no further reported deaths in any of Sussex's hospitals. The most recent death was reported on August 28 by Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The latest number of cases in each local authority:
224 cases (increase of 12)
348.4 rate per 100,000 population
385 cases (increase of 13)
239.5 rate per 100,000 population
320 cases (increase of 7)
264.2 rate per 100,000 population
502 cases (increase of 10)
446.6 rate per 100,000 population
583 cases (increase of 22)
405.4 rate per 100,000 population
- Mid Sussex
685 cases (increase of 13)
453.6 rate per 100,000 population
478 cases (increase of 18)
432.3 rate per 100,000 population
- Brighton and Hove
962 cases (increase of 43)
330.7 rate per 100,000 population
501 cases (increase of 23)
482.9 rate per 100,000 population
183 cases (increase of 11)
197.5 rate per 100,000 population
413 cases (increase of 7)
399.9 rate per 100,000 population
218 cases (increase of 13)
226.9 rate per 100,000 population
531 cases (increase of 16)
328.8 rate per 100,000 population
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